1904 Princeton Tigers football team

The 1904 Princeton Tigers football team represented Princeton University in the 1904 college football season. The team finished with an 8–2 record under second-year head coach Art Hillebrand and outscored its opponents by a total of 181 to 34.[1] Princeton tackle James Cooney was selected as a consensus first-team honoree on the 1904 College Football All-America Team.[2]

1904 Princeton Tigers football
ConferenceIndependent
Record8–2
Head coach
CaptainW. L. Foulke
Home stadiumUniversity Field
Seasons
← 1903
1905 →
1904 Eastern college football independents records
Conf Overall
Team W   L   T W   L   T
Penn     12 0 0
Western U. of Penn.     10 0 0
Dartmouth     7 0 1
Yale     10 1 0
Amherst     9 1 0
Colgate     8 1 1
Carlisle     10 2 0
Lafayette     8 2 0
Princeton     8 2 0
Army     7 2 0
Fordham     4 1 1
Harvard     7 2 1
Dickinson     8 3 1
Columbia     7 3 0
Cornell     7 3 0
Villanova     4 2 1
Syracuse     6 3 0
Swarthmore     6 3 0
Washington & Jefferson     5 3 1
Penn State     6 4 0
Temple     3 2 0
Brown     6 5 0
Bucknell     3 3 0
Springfield Training School     4 4 1
NYU     3 6 0
Holy Cross     2 5 2
Wesleyan     3 7 0
Geneva     1 4 2
Vermont     1 5 2
New Hampshire     2 5 0
Rutgers     1 6 2
Tufts     2 9 1
Lehigh     1 8 0
Frankin & Marshall     0 10 0

Schedule edit

DateOpponentSiteResultSource
September 28 DickinsonW 12–0[3]
October 1 Georgetown
  • University Field
  • Princeton, NJ
W 10–0
October 5 Wesleyan
  • University Field
  • Princeton, NJ
W 39–0
October 8 Washington & Jefferson
  • University Field
  • Princeton, NJ
W 16–0[4]
October 12 Lafayette
  • University Field
  • Princeton, NJ
W 5–0
October 15at NavyL 9–10
October 26 Lehigh
  • University Field
  • Princeton, NJ
W 60–0
October 29at Cornell
W 18–6
November 5at ArmyW 12–6
November 12 Yale
  • University Field
  • Princeton, NJ (rivalry)
L 0–12

References edit

  1. ^ "1904 Princeton Tigers Schedule and Results". SR/College Football. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved February 27, 2017.
  2. ^ "Award Winners" (PDF). NCAA. 2012. pp. 2–4.
  3. ^ "Princeton 12--Dickinson 0". The Sentinel. September 29, 1904. p. 3 – via Newspapers.com.
  4. ^ "Gave Tigers Hard Tussle". The Pittsburgh Press. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. October 9, 1904. p. 19. Retrieved September 28, 2021 – via Newspapers.com  .